Trucks, Jeeps

2010 Dodge Power Wagon: big Ram pickup trucks

The following is based on oh20’s information and is subject to change.

The 2010 Dodge Ram Power Wagon is expected to be available late in the year, with a single engine, the 5.7 liter Hemi V8 with variable valve timing. The big truck will include a 12,000-pound electric winch, four wheel drive with skid plates, clearance and fog lamps, seventeen-inch aluminum alloy wheels (eight inches wide), quad headlights, and:

  • 180 Amp Alternator
  • 4.56 Rear Axle Ratio
  • Black Door Handles, Headlamp Filler Panel, and Wheel Flares
  • Front Disconnecting Stabilizer Bar
  • GVWR of 3860 kg (8510 lb.)
  • LT285/70R17D BSW All-Terrain Tires
  • Manual Shift On The Fly Transfer Case
  • Tow Hooks
  • Trailer Tow Group
  • Tru-Lok® Front/Rear Axles
  • uconnect Voice-Activated Hands-Free Communication

truck hemi

The standard Power Wagon Appearance Package will include:

  • Gloss Black Lower Two-Tone Paint (except on Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl)
  • Power Wagon logos on lower tailgate and both sides of the hood, and a 4x4 Off-Road decal
  • Power Dome Hood Blackout Graphic
  • Red Rocker Stripe Above the Black Two-Tone Paint
  • Six Available Colors – Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Inferno Red Crystal Pearl, Deep Water Blue Pearl, Mineral Grey Metallic, Bright Silver Metallic and Bright White (Power Wagon will not be available in Austin Tan Pearl, Rugged Brown Pearl, and Light Greystone Pearl)

2005 Dodge Ram Power Wagon (shown below) | Original Dodge Power Wagon

Zetsche and the Dodge Power Wagon off-road Ram pickup

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